necrocytosis

necrocytosis

 [nek″ro-si-to´sis]
death and decay of cells.

nec·ro·cy·to·sis

(nek'rō-sī-tō'sis),
A process that results in, or a condition that is characterized by, the abnormal or pathologic death of cells.
[necro- + G. kytos, cell, + -osis, condition]

necrocytosis

/nec·ro·cy·to·sis/ (-si-to´sis) death and decay of cells.

nec·ro·cy·to·sis

(nek'rō-sī-tō'sis)
Abnormal death of cells.
[necro- + G. kytos, cell, +-osis, condition]

necrocytosis

death and decay of cells.
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4B, the number of apoptotic cells was much higher than necrotic cells, which suggested that major cause of PCL, OJL-induced L929 cells death was apoptosis instead of necrocytosis.
1998) and human (Spanos and Becker, 2000) oocysts enhanced embryo development by decreasing necrocytosis and increasing cell division (Devreker and Hardy, 1997).
So we may say that major cause of PCL-induced L929 cell death was not necrocytosis but apoptosis.